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© Lora Denis
August 4, 2016–Ontario Nature
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians
American toadlet in hiding © Esperanza Salas
Last Saturday, twenty-nine people, ranging from long-time field naturalists to an eight-year-old amphibian enthusiast, gathered at Reilly Bird Nature Reserve near Deep River, Ontario in the hopes of spotting eastern ...
July 18, 2016–Stephanie Muckle
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Pollinators•Reptiles and Amphibians
Volunteers learn how to catch and identify butterflies © Lynn Miller
Late last month, Ontario Nature’s conservation staff hosted a BioBlitz at George G. Newton Nature Reserve, near Goderich. The day kicked off with two sessions, one focused on reptiles and ...
April 21, 2016–Smera Sukumar
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians•Wetlands
Red-backed salamander © Joe Crowley
After a warm winter and chilly start to spring, I joined my Ontario Nature co-workers at Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve for a good old-fashioned salamander sleuthing event, our first ...
March 21, 2016–Ontario Nature
Reptiles and Amphibians•Wetlands
Vernal pool, Altberg Nature Reserve © Noah Cole
What better day to celebrate vernal pools than March 21st – the International Day of Forests. Vernal pools are those temporary spring flooded areas in your forests. They are known ...
October 7, 2015–Sepi Ghafouri
Guided hike, Manitouwadge © Mallory Vanier
One of the most challenging aspects of outreach is capturing and maintaining your audience’s attention. This is especially true when your audience is a group of high school students who ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti